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Study: Climate change an increasing threat to aquaculture

James Wright
El cambio climático

NCEAS researchers urge mitigation, movement of operations as production expands A new study warns coastal nations to expect their potential for aquaculture production to decline over time, as water temperatures increase and oceans undergo other shifts, such as acidification. Photo by Anton Watman, via Shutterstock. California-based researchers are urging the global aquaculture industry to take…

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  • James Wright

    James Wright

    Editorial Manager
    Global Aquaculture Alliance
    Portsmouth, NH, USA

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